How did the theory of special creation differ from Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection?

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The theory of special creation proposed that species are unrelated. Darwin observed that species are related.

The theory of special creation proposed that structural homologies result from changes that occur in species. Darwin observed that structural homologies are widespread and argued that they result from descent without modification.

The theory of special creation proposed that vestigial traits are immutable over time. Darwin observed that they change over time.

The theory of special creation proposed that species are independently created and immutable over time. Darwin observed that species are related and change over time.

 

asked Dec 28, 2012 in Biology by anonymous
    

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The theory of special creation proposed that species are independently created and immutable over time. Darwin observed that species are related and change over time.

 

answered Dec 28, 2012 by anonymous



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